This interior scene was done by Llewelyn Lloyd, a Welsh-born artist who studied in Italy alongside Modigliani. Lloyd's early works focused on marine life and coastal paintings. In 1904 he joined a group of Italian artists who became known as Divisionists, and his art expanded to include Tuscan landscapes. He continued to work in Italy during World War I, and during World War II was arrested because he was a British citizen. He was sent to a concentration camp, but survived, and painted until his death in 1950. Signed and inscribed "Fir. Agosto 910" in lower left. The overall size is 30 x 23 in. and the sight size is 23 1/2 x 16 1/2.
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